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Employment & Labour Law - Attorneys in Cape Town

Employment and the labour laws relating thereto have become increasingly complex.

We offer expert advice on all labour and employment related issues in line with all recent and relevant developments in terms of the Labour Relations Act as well as all ad hoc legislative measures pertaining to the field, including:

  • Employment contracts
  • Outsourcing agreements
  • Restraint of trade
  • Discipline and grievance
  • Harassment and victimisation
  • Discrimination
  • Forensic investigations
  • Dismissal and incapacity
  • Retrenchments and business restructuring
  • Employment transfers, sale of business and insolvency
  • Industrial action and collective bargaining
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Employment Equity
  • Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE)
  • CCMA and Labour Court representation
  • Manuals and policies
  • Labour training
  • Workplace audits

Bailey Haynes Inc. - Labour Law Attorneys in Cape Town

Contact our Attorneys in Cape Town, for professional legal advice.

 

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Labour Dispute Resolution, the CCMA and the procedure to follow

In many labour disputes employees may be unfamiliar on what the correct procedure is to follow.

In South Africa, the procedure followed to resolve labour disputes is not based on the rules of civil litigation, but rather regulated by the provisions of the Labour Relations Act (also known as the LRA).

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Posted by Retha Smit on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Views: 138


 

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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Following the recent wave of sexual abuse and harassment claims that have been surfacing in the news and on social media in the past few months, it is increasingly apparent that more should be done by employers to address the problem.

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Posted by Robyn Wilson on Thursday, January 25, 2018 Views: 846


 

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What you post on Facebook can get you fired!

With the popularity of social media sky rocketing in recent years, employers have been forced to deal with a variety of new issues previously unimaginable to them.

Whereas in the past, employees would discuss their office politics and air their grievances with management or colleagues by complaining to a friend or family member in private, today, employees are increasingly turning to their social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram being chief among them) to vent their frustrations.

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Posted by Jacques Haynes on Thursday, November 16, 2017 Views: 1012